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Find BFV out and about...

Being a small business, we appreciate those who serve others, especially when it comes to food and beverage. BFV proprietors James & Denise have selected some of their favorite bars, tap houses, and restaurants, taking into consideration the camaraderie the family has with the owners, the quality of food & service, and the location when selling BFV wines outside of the winery. We encourage you to visit and support these small business listed below while enjoying a bottle or two of BFV wine.


Churchill & Beers


The Hideout


Serving Estate Pinot Noir & Blanc de Trois Sparkling Wine

Serving Dammit Jim's Hard Seltzer

Serving Estate Syrah & Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon


Gilroy Bowl

Old City Hall

Pop's Public House

Pour Me Taproom

Vines & Pints
Westside Grill 

Covale Bar & Rooftop


Serving Estate Rose'

Serving Estate Chardonnay & Syrah

Serving Estate Chardonnay, Melange Rouge, & Cabernet Sauvignon

Serving Dammit Jim's Hard Seltzer

Serving Estate Pinot Noir & Dammit Jim's Hard Seltzer

Serving Estate Syrah

Serving Estate Grenache, Estate Orange Wine, & Dammit Jim's Mango Hard Seltzer


Bubbles & Brew


La Cantina Brewing Co.

Serving Estate Chardonnay



Serving Estate Chardonnay & Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 

Here’s what we’ve been up to at BFV

BFV in the News

In Santa Clara Valley, 111-Year-Old Vines Lie Just Beyond the Outlet Malls

Wine Enthusiast

Having gone through two World Wars, two pandemics, babies born, lives lost, Matt Kettman captures the essence of the the 111 year old Grenache vineyard in this Wine Enthusiast article.

Harvest 2020: A Tale of Two Cities takes a closer look on the impact the ​California fires had on Santa Clara wineries, including BFV.

It's true, great wine starts in the vineyard.  Mary Orlin captures the essence of vine to wine in her article on Besson's 110 year old Grenache.

Outstanding in the Field set the wheels in motion for BFV.  Partnered with Birchino Winery out of Santa Cruz, Restaurant 1833 in Monterey, and set in the lush Besson Family Vineyards on a warm June evening, guests enjoyed a six course meal, pairing every dish with wine. Every detail aligned  perfectly providing an evening that attendees will never forget.

How one sommelier found Birchino Besson Family Grenache made by Ian Brand, Winemaker of the Year, 2018, SF Chronicle and felt so compelled to write about it in 

Food and Wine Magazine.

gmhTODAY - Click here to read article

Rhone Valley In Our Roots: Santa Clara AVA: 

The French Connection 

Take a glimpse into  the impact the Besson family has had on farming and winemaking  in the Santa Clara Valley 

and beyond. 

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